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Will Interface Incompatibilities Slow the Virtual Reality (VR) Market Rollout?

Will Interface Incompatibilities Slow the Virtual Reality (VR) Market Rollout?

Posted 07/07/2016 by Ying Chen

The pieces are falling into place for the Virtual Reality (VR) market. As designers move to higher bandwidth designs, integrate higher resolution displays, reduce system latency, and improve gesture and head tracking, they are beginning to deliver truly immersive experiences to VR users. And as new technologies mature and more systems come to market, industry analysts are beginning to quote some compelling numbers.

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superMHL Hits Home

superMHL Hits Home

Posted 04/13/2016 by C.H. Chee

For several years now, the audio / video connector market has been fairly stable. If you want to connect a video source to a new monitor, you would use DisplayPort. If you want to connect home theater devices to your TV, HDMI® would be the obvious choice.

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USB Type-C Alt Mode

Alternate Avenues – Using USB Type-C Alt Mode

Posted 03/15/2016 by Abdullah Raouf

Apple made it the only connector on the new MacBook. LG put it on the G5, their flagship phone. USB Type-C™ looks to be game-changer, with multiple optional features, such as the ability to support up to 10 Gbps of data, 100W of power, and UHD video in a small reversible connector the size of microUSB.

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